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10 - 12 May 20173rd IBFD Africa Tax Symposium

The title of the Symposium is: Trends in International Taxation: An African Perspective.
 
Category:
IBFD attended event, Conference/Seminar
Language:
English
Location:
Accra - Ghana
3rd IBFD Africa Tax Symposium
Labadi Beach Hotel
Accra, Ghana

 

IBFD is pleased to announce that the third annual IBFD Africa Tax Symposium, Trends in International Taxation: An African Perspective, will take place on 10-12 May 2017 in Accra, Ghana. The Symposium is an initiative of the IBFD Centre for Studies in African Taxation (CSAT). Launched by IBFD in 2015, CSAT is an autonomous think tank devoted to the study and development of African taxation.

 

The 2017 Symposium will focus on Africa and the post-BEPS landscape. As always, the Symposium will present a sharp and insightful perspective on current issues in African taxation. Set against the backdrop of the prevailing international tax era, we offer a rich
programme tailored to the needs of the Africa tax professional. We will shine a special light
on the key areas of tax treaties, transfer pricing, and the taxation of natural resources.
We have an impressive line-up of world-renowned speakers, ranging from IBFD in-house
experts, to speakers from practice, industry and academia. All sessions will focus on highly
practical content and will be rounded out by perspectives from all over the world.
 
Participants are asked to contribute a nominal fee of USD 220 / EUR 200
 

The Kingdom of the Netherlands invites delegates to the Welcome Reception in Accra

 

We are very proud to announce that the Kingdom of the Netherlands will host our Welcome Reception on Tuesday, 9 May 2017 at the residence of the Dutch Ambassador in Accra, Ghana. 
 
Supported by:
 
 
We look forward to seeing you there!
 
Below is a list of hot topics that will be brought to life by key speakers from practice, industry and academia, as well as by IBFD's own tax experts on Africa. The sessions will focus on highly practical content, and will be rounded out by perspectives from all over the world. 
 
  • Post-BEPS International Tax Planning – Problems and Prospects for Africa
  • The Changing Face of Africa’s Tax Treaties – Strategies, Trends and Opportunities
  • The Multilateral Instrument and Africa’s Tax Treaties – Practical Strategies for the Future
  • Prevention of Base Erosion in Africa – Policy, Practice and Challenges
  • Taxing the Extractive Industry in Africa – Legal, Practical and Regulatory Issues
  • Transfer Pricing in Africa – A Sector-by-Sector Approach

Full programme coming soon.

Information coming soon
We are very proud to announce that the Kingdom of the Netherlands will host our Welcome Reception on Tuesday 9 May at the residence of the Dutch Ambassador in Accra, Ghana.
 
Supported by:
 
 
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mrs Sorrel Hidding, Head of Marketing.
The Symposium will be held at the Labadi Beach Hotel, renowned for its excellent food and the unique spirit of Ghanaian hospitality. The hotel is ideally located within easy access of both Accra city and Kotoka International Airport. Set amidst tropical landscaped gardens, Labadi Beach Hotel is Ghana's premier hotel, resort and business address.
 

 

Labadi Hotel Ghana

 

As alternative accommodation, the sister hotel La Palm Royal Beach Hotel is adjacent to the Labadi Beach Hotel and is also part of the Legacy Group. This hotel is one of Accra's principal addresses for business people and government delegations. Hugging the shores of the Atlantic, this 159-room hotel is located inside 30 acres of lush lawns and landscaped gardens.
 

 

La Palma Royal Beach Ghana

 

Delegates are entitled to the special conference rates. Details on how to qualify for these rates will be sent to delegates upon receipt of payment of the Symposium's contribution fee.